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This week, we’ll explore the ways to keep your voice safe and functioning while dealing with a cold. I’ll talk about how to deal with your clients, listeners and colleagues’ needs and expectations, how to reduce the impact on your voice of recording during illness, and what you can do to alleviate the effects of using your voice while enduring a cold. 

What You Will Learn In This Episode:

– Why you must set clear expectations with your colleagues, listeners, and clients about what they can expect from you

– The effects of hydration and nebulising reduce and help mitigate cold symptoms 

–  What you need to know about facial lymphatic drainage and cold medications

– The benefits of creating a consistent nose breathing routine

– Why you must pay attention to and perform releasing exercises

Releasing exercises are crucial to soften the tension produced by using your voice during these challenging times. Your usual work will demand a bigger physical and mental effort, which is why it’s a good idea to create more space for resting or even taking some days off. 


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– 023 What is SOVT Work and How to Use It In Your Vocal Warm Up:

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